Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Monthly Update – November

Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Monthly Update

As Private Duty Home Care Evolves – How Do Agencies Work With Alternative Payer Sources

Thursday, November 5, 2020 ; 3:00-4:00pm Eastern

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Private duty/private pay services are usually paid directly by the patient or his or her family members, or by long-term care insurance, workers’ compensation and some armed services funding. The question we need to ask is, where is private duty headed beyond 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic? Private duty agencies will experience the opportunity to provide more care, to serve our clients in a variety of different settings, and to ensure the best outcome potential for our clients, our partners and their patients.

For those in the private duty, personal care, and support world, it is critical to be familiar with these trends and make the necessary partnerships to remain relevant and active in the home care space for years to come. Join us as we take a look and explore alternative payer sources that are expanding their service lines and learn what those payers expect from a private duty home care agency.

During this webinar, private duty home care owners, operators, and managers will have the chance to familiarize themselves with key factors that will help their businesses thrive during unprecedented times, such as COVID, and beyond. You will hear examples and best practices from an accomplished owner and operator that you’ll be able to use for your own private duty home care business.

Faculty
  • Sheila Davis, Senior Vice-President, Area Operations Always Best Care Senior Services

Registration Fee:

Member: Free
Non-member: $45

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